Overview

The American Academy of CME, Inc. (Academy) is a not-for-profit educational foundation focused on providing high-quality, certified continuing education activities that improve the competence of healthcare professionals and change their behavior to positively impact patient care. The Academy, along with the associations and medical education companies with which it partners, have developed educational activities for physicians specialists and primary care), nurses, pharmacists, registered dietitians, transplant coordinators, and social workers.

The Academy and its partners have extensive experience in the creation and execution of educational activities across multiple live and enduring formats for varied and diverse health care audiences. Our team includes both clinical specialists and professionals qualified in the practice of adult education, including development of gap analyses and instructional design, content development, meeting planning and execution, and outcomes measurement.


Ace the Case: Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) Presentation and Evaluation by Pulmonary Specialist

Pulmonary hypertension (PH) comprises a heterogeneous group of disorders that share a common clinical feature - mean pulmonary artery pressure greater than 20 mm Hg. PH may involve multiple clinical conditions and may be associated with a variety of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases. Early diagnosis is critical to ensure patients are eligible for the widest spectrum of treatment options an...
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Ace the Case: Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) Presentations in the Primary Care Setting

Pulmonary hypertension (PH) comprises a heterogeneous group of disorders that share a common clinical feature - mean pulmonary artery pressure greater than 20 mm Hg. PH may involve multiple clinical conditions and may be associated with a variety of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases. Early diagnosis is critical to ensure patients are eligible for the widest spectrum of treatment options an...
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Ace the Case: Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) Treatment Decisions and Therapy Initiation by Pulmonary Hypertension Specialist

Pulmonary hypertension (PH) comprises a heterogeneous group of disorders that share a common clinical feature - mean pulmonary artery pressure greater than 20 mm Hg. PH may involve multiple clinical conditions and may be associated with a variety of cardiovascular and respiratory diseases. Early diagnosis is critical to ensure patients are eligible for the widest spectrum of treatment options an...
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Best of ACTHIV® 2023: Approaches to ART Optimization in the Virally Suppressed Patient

Selected by attendees and the program planning committee as one of the best sessions of the ACTHIV® 2023 conference for the frontline HIV care team, this module will provide guidance on when to consider an ART change in a virally suppressed person, and the use of 2-drug regimens. Assess when to consider ART change in a virally suppressed person Appraise when a 2-drug regimen is appropriate,...
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Best of ACTHIV® 2023: Diabetes Management and Weight Loss in People with HIV

Selected by attendees and the program planning committee as one of the best sessions of the ACTHIV® 2023 conference for the frontline HIV care team, this module discusses how to determine an appropriate diabetes medication regimen for patients with HIV and how to select an appropriate weight loss medication option for patients with HIV. Determine an appropriate diabetes medication regimen fo...
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Best of ACTHIV® 2023: Hepatitis B in People with HIV

Selected by attendees and the program planning committee as one of the best sessions of the ACTHIV® 2023 conference for the frontline HIV care team, this module will examine best practices for evaluating people with HBV and HIV and will review the risk of liver complications associated with HBV viremia in people with HIV. Describe best practices for evaluating people with HBV and HIV Apprai...
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Best of ACTHIV® 2023: HIV 101: Pathogenesis

Selected by attendees and the program planning committee as one of the best sessions of the ACTHIV® 2023 conference for the frontline HIV care team, this activity will describe HIV infection and viral dynamics, define how viral dynamics impact management of antiretroviral therapy, and describe current progress in area of HIV cure/remission. Describe HIV infection and viral dynamics Define h...
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Best of ACTHIV® 2023: Initial ART Regimens for the Newly Diagnosed Patient with HIV

Selected by attendees and the program planning committee as one of the best sessions of the ACTHIV® 2023 conference for the frontline HIV care team, this module reviews first-line HIV regimens for newly-diagnosed patients with HIV including side effects, discusses rapid ART initiation in newly-diagnosed patients, explores adherence challenges on oral ART and use of long-acting ART, and provides...
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Best of ACTHIV® 2023: Syphilis and Its Management Among Persons with HIV: Case-Based Approaches

Selected by attendees and the program planning committee as one of the best sessions of the ACTHIV® 2023 conference for the frontline HIV care team, this module will utilize cases to illustrate when syphilis titers should be performed to trend response to treatment, the interpretation of syphilis titers, how to identify when there has been a serologic treatment failure and what to do about it, ...
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Best Practices in Multiple Myeloma Care: Opportunities to Improve Outcomes in Community Settings

As nurses and APPs are well positioned to educate, support, and coordinate care for patients with multiple myeloma, having insight into the evolving trajectory of the disease will enhance their ability to provide quality patient care and identify and eliminate barriers. Addressing barriers to care remains key in ensuring access to novel therapies and improving quality of life. Having an understa...
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Case Studies in HIV Prevention and Treatment of Persons Who Use Drugs

Educational Need: Prevention of HIV in individuals with substance use disorder (SUD) is vitally important from a public health perspective. People with SUD are significantly more vulnerable to contracting HIV, attributable to behaviors such as sharing needles and injection equipment, engaging in condomless sex, and impaired judgement. Furthermore, substance use can negatively affect medication...
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Case Studies in HIV Resistance Testing and Treatment " Experienced Patients

Educational Need: Through a series of patient cases, participants will explore the complexities of managing HIV infection in patients who have been treated with multiple different HIV regimens. Participants will engage in real-life case studies that will provide valuable insight into the intricacies of HIV treatment and resistance testing. Our faculty educators will discuss commonly encountere...
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Case Studies in Identifying and Addressing Intimate Partner Violence among People with HIV

The prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV) is high among people with HIV (PWH). PWH who report IPV are more likely to have poor HIV-related health outcomes (i.e., limited retention in care and poor adherence to antiretroviral therapy), sexually transmitted infections, mental health disorders, and poor overall physical health. HIV care visits are an opportunity to assess for and address IP...
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Combating the Stigma of Opioid Addiction

This webinar will address the stigma of addiction and how that effects people with substance use disorders. Experts will discuss the ways in which stigma serves as a barrier to effective prevention, treatment and recovery and highlight resources available to help overcome it and begin to break down this stigma in society.
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Crucial Conversations in Pharmacy Practice: Improving Patient Outcomes in Shingles Management

Shingles management"or more specifically, the prevention of shingles (caused by varicella zoster virus; VZV)"is crucial to help preserve quality of life, particularly for older adults. Updated immunization recommendations for recombinant zoster vaccine (RZV) now include updated guidance for adults with compromised immune systems in addition to older adults. Pharmacists play a key rol...
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Disparities in Ovarian Cancer: Increasing Awareness to Improve Risk Assessment and Outcomes

Ovarian cancer is the most common cause of cancer death in women with gynecologic malignancy and the fifth leading cause of cancer death in the US. Although the incidence of ovarian cancer is higher among White women than Black women, studies have identified disparities in assessment, care and outcomes seen among Black women with ovarian cancer. It has been shown that outcomes in clinical oncolo...
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Recent Advances in the Treatment and Management of Endometrial Cancer

This live activity is designed for oncologists, obstetrics & gynecologists, primary care physicians, nurses and pharmacists engaged in the care of patients with endometrial cancer. This activity will represent a thorough team approach to patient care. Further, this activity will address the following needs: Clinicians require a review of risk factors and symptoms of endometrial cancer,...
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